Japanese Products Maneki Neko Pattern

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  • Japanese Curtain Noren Pattern Cat Maneki Neko
    Japanese Curtain Noren Pattern Cat Maneki Neko | Ramen Nation
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  • Women's Kimono Jacket Black & White Maneki Neko
    Women's Kimono Jacket Black & White Maneki Neko | Ramen Nation
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  • Women's Short Japanese Kimono with Embroidery
    Women's Short Japanese Kimono with Embroidery | Ramen Nation
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  • Japanese Tea Service Cat Maneki-Neko
    Japanese Tea Service Cat Maneki-Neko | Ramen Nation
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  • Japanese Table Runner Pattern Cat Maneki Neko
    Japanese Table Runner Pattern Cat Maneki Neko | Ramen Nation
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What is the Maneki Neko pattern?

Maneki neko originated in Japan, but has spread all over the world. It is one of the most popular souvenirs from Japan. It can be found in many stores and restaurants around the world.

The maneki neko is a common Japanese figurine that is often thought to bring good luck. They are often seen as a companion to the store in which they are placed and can be found outside stores, restaurants, and other establishments.

What is Maneki Neko?

The Maneki Neko is a Japanese symbol of good luck. It is usually depicted as a cat with one paw raised and the other bent so that the front paw resembles a Japanese gesture for waving.

This figurine is believed to bring good fortune to its owner and can also protect against evil spirits, bad luck and accidents.

Maneki Neko is a common Japanese figurine often seen in stores, restaurants, and homes. It looks like a cat with a raised and waving paw, and it is believed to bring good luck.

The figure's name literally translates to "beckoning cat".